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Green Street remains shut after road collapse

15:31 28 August 2014

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Green street's closure at the junction with Shaftsbury road

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Green Street remains partially closed today after the carriageway collapsed.

Damage to the road surface in Green streetDamage to the road surface in Green street

The road was shut between the junctions of Shaftesbury Road and Boleyn Road yesterday afternoon after being deemed unsafe.

A council spokesman said the cause of the collapse has not been determined, and that while no date has yet been fixed for it to reopen, drivers could face problems until Sunday.

Buses have been diverted along Upton Lane and Plashet Road, with other vehicles following a signposted route.

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